Fortunately for those who love bread, this is back in fashion in its more traditional forms. Wood-fired bread or sourdough bread are now recurring options in bakeries in large cities, taking more and more care of the type of bread what are you offering. And in Seville it could not be less, so we have reviewed the best bakeries in the Andalusian capital.
Pan and Píu
Calle Cabeza del Rey Don Pedro, 15
Originally in Alfalfa, Pan and Píu It has grown thanks to its good treatment of bread, so now you can also find it in Calle Cuna. Among its creators, an Italian, who is the one who brings one of the house specialties from his land, tuscan bread. But Pan and Píu are also his breads of different flours, such as spelled, corn, buckwheat or rye, which produce pieces as original as tomato or breads with nuts like walnuts or hazelnuts.
Calle Puente y Pellón, 24
Crustum (@CrustumSevilla) is another of the bakeries in the center of the capital that has innovated the most. They boast of a bread no preservatives or additives, like its sweets, such as cakes, puff pastry or brioches. Among the specialties of Crustum is Galician bread, be it piruchos or loaves. What’s more, their dough stands out with olive oil or oregano.
Pureza Street, 5
Leaving the center of Seville and arriving in the Triana neighborhood, we find the famous Manu Jara bakery (@ManuJara_). Even if They are specialist pastry chefs, Manu Jara too takes special care of bread doughs such as baguettes, or rye bread with cereals, where the quality of the raw material is its distinction.
Picnic Artisan Breads
Calle Virgen del Valle, 42
Now also in the Arenal Market, you can fully enter the world of bread from the hand of Picnic Breads Craftsmen. They say they are looking for “real bread, the one that tastes like bread”, and they have varieties as special as seed bread, what is done with organic wheat flour, wheat sourdough and various seedssuch as brown flax, golden flax, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and sesame.